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West Harlem »

Some Harlem residents have been visited on multiple occasions by raccoons.

Flushing »

The Health Department will drop the mosquito-killing larvicide in the outer boroughs starting Thursday.

St. Albans »

Clergy United for Community Empowerment is a close ally of disgraced state Sen. Shirley Huntley.

East Harlem »

Nine East Harlem organizations won $25,000 grants from community projects. 

Upper East Side »

Oriental Cafe/Sunny closed after a June 1 health department inspection uncovered unsanitary conditions.

South Beach »

The Health Department will treat non-residential areas to reduce the risk of West Nile or Zika viruses.

Midtown »

The new regulations were submitted nearly one year after an infant died in a SoHo day care center. 

Yorkville »

Zesty never applied for a permit to operate with the Department of Health, officials say.

Williamsburg »

There have been 75 cases since March, according to the city's health department. 

Williamsburg »

The rats have taken over sidewalks in Williamsburg, forcing people to walk in the road, residents said.

South Beach »

The agency will treat marsh areas in the outer boroughs to reduce the risk of West Nile or Zika viruses.

Yorkville »

The American bistro was shuttered on April 14 by the health department, records show.

Lower East Side »

The finalized rules for allowing dogs to dine at restaurants are looser than previously proposed.   

Central Harlem »

The probe comes after DNAinfo New York revealed huge "bonus" payouts at a taxpayer-funded nonprofit.